As By Christ

Ok, so, where should I start? The obvious answer is that the ultrafilter is made principal in "rest", that in every exercise of virtue there is the action of liberty to rest on a completed act.

So q v p&q-1=>e by axiom, I would require p=>L(G) (God's liberty to make a "cut" in the set of virtues), by necessity.

Then I open up the possibility that q=>Ω and on rearranging I find <e> v ∅.The weakness of p&Ω-1=>e (and e only), leads me directly to state that "rest" or "e" entails no other positive property, and it is an equivalent to necessary existence or any divine essence.

Then the excluded middle (r&s) of r v (p&r-1=>s) where r=Ω and s=e completes the indexing set by adjoining the essence of "e" to all possible subsets of Ω which perfects the closure to <e>: The middle then becomes "empty" by re-arranging, and there can be no change to the indexing set, so I immediately take note that <e> is fully the local closure and is Christ's strength "perfected" in that His essence is to be set at liberty: He may rest perfected as freely as He may exist perfected.

That however does not exclude Him from the Trinity, but instead there is the fact that:

Joh 5:26 For as the Father hath life in himself; so hath he given to the Son to have life in himself; (KJV)

However, Christ may span the octal also: (as the K4 group formed from {p, r, s}, {p, u-1, v-1},{p, (r&s)-1, u&v} under a + b=(a v b)c.

So, all I see is a shift in self reference from <e> to all the perfection of the octal. I then have the K4 form as from the book.

a = 1 = [a, b, c]
b = [a, d, e]
c = [a, f, g].

Where the elements of [a, b, c] may become as p, r = Ω and s = e. Yet then, Ω is but one set of seven, and equivalence of s = e does not leave u and v strictly empty at all. (There is always an octal.)

So, If Christ rests as above on His perfected existence as within this octal container then [a, b, c] becomes [<e>, ∅, ∅] say. Then two parts appear "cut off". Under the seven cycle of the Holy Spirit the octal is found regenerate.

I would argue that <e> in this case is the side upon which liberty is found to act. The result is that there is no exercise of liberty (the disjunction is decidable) and so no "cut" is made. <e> is then as the set of all virtue, and equal to "a". Hence Christ's perfection is seen always as the lamb slain before the throne of God.

Zec 4:6 Then he answered and spake unto me, saying, This is the word of the LORD unto Zerubbabel, saying, Not by might, nor by power, but by my spirit, saith the LORD of hosts. (KJV)

So then, I shall now move on to the Holy Spirit.

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